Letter from Our President

Letter from our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDAt the Kennedy Krieger Institute, innovation drives the care we provide our patients. Whether it's a researcher in a lab asking an unanswered question or a therapist who finds the perfect blend of therapies to help each individual patient achieve success, we're not content with the status quo.

Letter from our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDNeurorehabilitation is a cornerstone of virtually everything we do at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Founded in 1937 as the Children's Rehabilitation Institute, Kennedy Krieger is an international resource with a strong tradition of providing comprehensive rehabilitative services for children with disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDAt the Kennedy Krieger Institute, we believe that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating children with developmental disorders.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDThe understanding and treatment of developmental disabilities have come a long way over the past century. As we reflect on the last 70 years since the founding of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, the past is not always bright, but there are people and moments that stand out as beacons of progress. President John F.

President's Message

Gary W. Goldstein, MDThe development of language skills is an integral part of a child's ability to forge bonds with others. But between 10 and 30 percent of children develop speech and/or language delays. Left untreated, these delays can compromise a child's social, academic and behavioral skills. But when these delays are identified early and proper interventions are applied, children can make remarkable progress.

President's Message

Gary W. Goldstein, MDSpring is a time for growth and maturity. With love, patience and ample nurturing, children with special needs can fulfill their possibility. At Kennedy Krieger Institute, the seeds for success are planted all year around, so that children may bloom into self-assured, self-loving individuals.

President's Message

Gary W. Goldstein, MDBy this time of year, college students have received results on class exams, and those who until now had kept up with their peers despite undetected learning disabilities are having serious difficulties. It's a scenario that plays out more than you think and Kennedy Krieger's College Clinic, a division of the Center for Development and Learning, was developed with these students in mind.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDWhen someone you love lives through a horrific accident, the first impulse is to rejoice in their survival. But often, the immediate aftermath of an accident is just the first step in a long, sometimes arduous journey to recovery. Some elements of their "previous" life may return, but others are often changed irrevocably. That's been the case for the Frost family.

President's Message

Gary W. Goldstein, MDIn June, Kennedy Krieger Institute's Career and Technology Center graduated its largest class of students yet 17 young men and women, who despite enormous personal challenges, are looking forward to bright futures ahead. Several of these students will go on to further their educations; the majority of the others will enter a tight job market armed with a competitive advantage: industry recognized certifications.

Letter from our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDParents of children with autism, intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities face a host of challenges in providing their children with the best life possible. In some cases, simply keeping their children safe is a constant battle.

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